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29.6.2020

C.F. Møller Architects and Netto come together for a new sustainable convenience store in Denmark

Built from recyclable materials, made of timber and clad in both wood and terracotta tiles, C.F. Møller and Netto are creating what will become Denmark's first DGNB Gold-certified free-standing grocery store.
The ambition is to set the standard for future grocery stores.
17.6.2020

Green light for Barkarby City, Stockholm

Located close to nature, Barkarby City will become one of Stockholm's future new regional centres. A hub for infrastructure and public transport by train, metro and bus provides easy access to homes and workplaces. The local plans have now been finalised.
14.5.2020

C.F. Møller Architects wins new school contract

C.F. Møller Architects wins the competition for the expansion of Klostermarksskolen in Aalborg.
3.4.2020

First 100 people move into scenic residential in Aalborg

The V-Houses are unique twin buildings designed by C.F. Møller Architects and located on the waterfront in Aalborg, Denmark. With their unique V-shaped footprint, they ensure that every apartment enjoys lots of light and a phenomenal view.
16.3.2020

R.U.M chair receives a Green Product Award in München, Germany.

R.U.M is designed by C.F. Møller Architects and produced by Wehlers. R.U.M. (ReUsed Materials) is a sustainable chair with a plastic shell made of fishing nets collected from the world’s oceans.
13.3.2020

How we act in relation to Covid-19 and working relationships

Covid-19 is spreading in Denmark, and on March 11, the Danish authorities announced new guidelines to reduce the spread of the infection.
C.F. Møller Architects follow these guidelines and strive, at the same time, to maintain focus on solving all tasks as planned, unless otherwise agreed with clients and collaborating partners.
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